This was a weird year. It wasn’t just me, right? (more…)
I’ve been remiss about mentioning a few recent Black Library-specific interviews.
First up is a two part interview with Michael Dodd, over at Track of Words.
Josh Reynolds Talks Humour, Horror and the Age of Reynolds
Then there’s a two part audio interview with Kenny Lull of the Combat Phase Podcast. The first part of the interview starts at the 53 minute mark.
And last but not least, an interview with Tyler Mengel, of Mengel Miniatures.
And if you’d like to see me in person, I’ll be at the Black Library Weekender this weekend. If you’re around, come say hello. I’ll be signing books on Saturday and Sunday, and on…various panels.
I recently took part in an interview of the more macabre sort, conducted by the Occult Detective himself, Bob Freeman. Why not go check it out? And be sure to check out the other interviews in the series. They make for interesting reading.
Author and lurcher-enthusiast John Linwood Grant has kindly wasted some of his time interviewing me for his site, greydogtales. We talk about horror films, what I like to read, and, of course, the Royal Occultist. Why not go check it out? And after you’ve done that, why not take a look at John’s own take on the occult detective genre, with his tales of The Last Edwardian?
Genre-nomad M. H. Norris has interviewed me on behalf of 18thWall Productions. We talk a bit about my novella, “The Door of Eternal Night”, the unfortunate fate of Mr. James Phillimore, and my advice for aspiring authors. If that sounds interesting, check it out here, and maybe pick up a copy of the novella while you’re at it.
Tim Prasil, author and occult detective historian, kindly interviewed me about the Royal Occultist series, as part of his new 4-Question Interview series over at his new site, The Merry Ghost Hunter. I talk a bit about fictional worlds, future books and forthcoming stories. Head over to The Merry Ghost Hunter and check it out. And be sure to check out the previous interview with author and artist Bob Freeman as well.
In the lead up to the release of Sharkpunk, editor Jonathan Green has been interviewing the contributors and yesterday, it was my turn in the hot seat. Why not go check that out, and be sure to read the previous interviews as well. And why not check out the Sharkpunk site while you’re at it? Then maybe visit the Sharkpunk Facebook page and take a moment to follow the Sharkpunk Twitter feed.